Suspect in shooting of Cape Cod cop Sean Gannon faces arraignment

Suspect in shooting of Cape Cod cop Sean Gannon faces arraignment

Suspect in shooting of Cape Cod cop Sean Gannon faces arraignment

The slain officer has been identified Sean Gannon, 32.

A police officer on Cape Cod was shot in the head and killed Thursday while serving a warrant, local media reported.

The K-9 officer died after he was shot in the head, a police source told Fox 25 Boston.

Yarmouth Chief Frank Frederickson said Gannon, an 8-year veteran, was a "wonderful young man" with a promising career ahead of him. "The sky was the limit". "He's going to be sorely missed".

The suspect was taken in to custody in the hours.

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He pleaded not guilty to murder at Barnstable District Court on Friday.

O'Keefe said the last prison time Latanowich served was a four- to five-year sentence on gun charges.

"Our hearts break with the Yarmouth Police Department tonight", he said.

Gannon's police dog, Nero, was also shot and underwent surgery at a veterinary clinic, according to state police. The suspect is expected to be charged for wounding the K-9. Baker also ordered all US and state flags on state buildings lowered to half-staff in honor of the fallen officer.

A long line of police cruisers from across the region lit up the procession route Thursday night as Gannon's body was brought from Cape Cod Hospital in Hyannis to the medical examiner's officer in Sandwich. "But we still have a job to do and we will do it".

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